New York City’s Golden Boys

A close-up of portraits from the Golden Boys exhibition

76 Baseball Portraits, 1946 – 1960 by Andy Jurinko


Ongoing Exhibition


Wall of Andy Jurinko's 76 oil paintings

1 of 5: Wall of oil paintings documenting the players that defined an era

Cheryl Howard with the portrait of her dad, Elston Howard, as part of of Andy Jurinko's Golden Boys paintings

2 of 5: Cheryl Howard with her dad, Elston Howard

Pamela Irvin Fields with the portrait of her dad, Monte Irvin, as part of of Andy Jurinko's Golden Boys paintings

3 of 5: Pamela Irvin Fields with her dad, Monte Irvin

Portrait of Ebbets Field, home to the Brooklyn Dodgers

4 of 5: Portrait of Ebbets Field, home to the Brooklyn Dodgers

Pat Moore, wide of artist Andy Jurinko, standing in front of one of Jurinko's stadium paintings

5 of 5: Pat Moore, wife of artist Andy Jurinko

 

76 8” x 10” oil paintings by renowned baseball artist Andy Jurinko vividly document the players that defined an era when New York boasted three major league ball clubs, all of which were among the best of the sixteen teams that made up the American and National Leagues.

The exhibition includes portraits of the city’s three beloved ballparks of the era:

  • Yankee Stadium – home to the NY Yankees
  • Ebbets Field – home to the Brooklyn Dodgers
  • The Polo Grounds – home to the NY Giants

New York City’s Golden Boys was donated to the Museum by long-time Jurinko collectors, Bernie and Beverly Hubert.

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